SOLVED Can perform git commit from Cloudron terminal
Shai last edited by Shai
In the Cloudron terminal, after authenticating over https, I have had no trouble with
But I have not had success with
git commit git push
Git requires that I identify who I am in order to commit (and therefore push). But the Cloudron terminal won't let me do that. I think that where Git wants to write my credentials is read only.
Shai last edited by
I figured it out.
Git's inline help, upon not knowing who you are, makes the suggestions:
git config --global user.email <email>
git config --global user.name <name>
Cloudron's problem is "--global". It has no problem with setting the user.name and user.email for a particular /app.
So this solved my problem:
git config user.email <email>
git config user.name <name>
of course substituting my email address for "<email>" and my name for "<name>".